FRANKLIN, TN - Doug Doll, owner and general manager of KCI Auto Auction, in Kansas City, Mo., was elected to serve a two-year term on the Board of Directors for ServNet Auctions. He takes the seat of John Luce (Flint Auto Auction) whose term had expired.

Doll will serve on the Board with John Brasher (Brasher’s West Coast Auto Auctions) and Patty Stanley (Carolina and Indiana Auto Auctions); Bob McConkey (DAA Northwest) - Chairman; Jeff Brasher (Brasher’s Reno Auto Auction) - President; R. Charles Nichols (BSC America) - Vice President; and Bruce Beam (DAA/OKC) – Secretary/Treasurer.

“It is an honor for me to serve on ServNet’s board,” said Doll. “Being affiliated with ServNet has been a tremendous asset to our auction, and we’re proud to carry the ServNet brand, a mark of excellence that is recognized across the country. Collaborating with the other auctions in the ServNet group has made our auction better and stronger, and I look forward to working even more closely with them and as we continue to move ServNet forward, developing innovative solutions for our local and national customers.”

Added Jeff Brasher, ServNet president: “We want to thank John Luce for his service to the organization over the past two years, a period that included considerable challenge in our industry. John’s leadership during this time, when ServNet redefined its role and purpose, was key to our collective success. Likewise, we are very pleased to add Doug Doll to the Board. Doug brings a vibrant energy and clear outlook that will be critical as our auction members take on the challenges and opportunities of the coming years.”

KCI Auto Auction was established in 1978. Operating in Elwood KS for twenty-nine years, KCI Auto Auction welcomed customers to the long-awaited opening of its new facility in Kansas City, MO in July of 2008. The auction is owed by Gregg Boswell, Doug Doll and Bob McConkey. More information on the auction can be found at ServNet Auctions is the nation’s premier network of independently owned auto auctions, collectively working together to strengthen business relationships. More on ServNet can be found on the web at